A physician who offers psychotherapy is called a psychiatrist. By the way, most psychiatrists do not offer psychotherapy, but specialize in managing medications. Most psychotherapy is done by psychologists (PhD), licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), or licensed professional counselors (LPC).
Henry Pinsker has written: 'A primer of supportive psychotherapy' -- subject(s): Social Support, Psychotherapy, Physician-Patient Relations, Supportive psychotherapy, Methods
The first psychotherapy clinic was opened in 1879 by Wilhelm Wundt. However, psychotherapy existed in many forms prior to the clinic opening. Theory-based psychotherapy is believed to have first come into practice in the 9th century by the Persian physician Rhazes.
Otto Ehrenberg has written: 'The psychotherapy maze' -- subject(s): Consumer education, Consumer satisfaction, Evaluation, Patient relations, Physician, Popular works, Psychotherapy
Garry Prouty has written: 'Pre-therapy' -- subject(s): Client-centered psychotherapy, Methods, Patient-Centered Care, Physician-Patient Relations, Psychotherapist and patient, Psychotherapy, Therapeutic alliance
90846 = Family psychotherapy (without the patient present)90847 = Family psychotherapy (conjoint psychotherapy/withthe patient present)90849 = Multiple-family group psychotherapy
Because Luke was a physician by practice.